According to 'The Complete Film Dictionary' by Ira Konigsberg, the definition of synopsis is, 'A brief summary of a film or potential film written in a few paragraphs and including only a general outline of events.' Here are a few suggestions:   Read More
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Fail as often as you can. I can’t overemphasize the importance of failure as a pathway to success. You see and hear this everywhere: You cannot possibly succeed without failing first and learning from your failures along the way. That thought should be self-evident, but as we exist in such a success-driven society, it can be hard to remember that failure is a key component of the creative process.   Read More
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I've made films. I'm making films, not only as a filmmaker, but as a dealmaker, marketer, entertainment lawyer, producer, facilitator, distributor, talent evaluator, and more. I know what it's like to be a beginner. To have questions. And to feel uncertain of the right moves to make on pressure-packed movie sets where minutes can mean thousands or millions of dollars.   Read More
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In 1999, A contained horror film turned into a worldwide sensation. 15 years later, its director returns to the filmmaking style that created a "monster."   Read More
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The biggest movie from perhaps the most popular director in Hollywood today. Here are five techniques that Christopher Nolan uses to great success in Interstellar.   Read More
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Simon K. Parker was a British screenwriter who didn't have screenwriting credits or representation. But he knew getting his scripts to producers was the way to move forward in his screenwriting career. Find out how he got his first film produced.   Read More
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Interview with writer Steve Peterson, who penned the feature "The Hunt for the Labyrinth Killer" after originally being discovered on InkTip by John Murlowski.   Read More
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Why would a writer with both agency and management representation continue to promote themselves? For many writers getting representation is a big mile marker in their screenwriting careers. And it is. But getting representation doesn't mean you stop promoting your own work. The most successful writers continually promote themselves through every avenue available. Dwain Worrel, a twice produced screenwriter and the screenwriter of this month's featured InkTip success, Operator, knows that. Read more about how Dwain promoted his scripts through InkTip and his tips for writers   Read More
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InkTip was excited to speak with Laurie, one of the screenwriters on InkTip who has successfully optioned and directed their own script, about her upcoming film Scout, starring Jane Seymour, Ellen Burstyn, Danny Glover, Nikki Reed and India Ennenga. Scout was also the winner of the Bronze prize for Drama in the 2010 Page Awards, among other contests.   Read More
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If you've spotted Kraig Wenman's name in InkTip success stories numerous times, it's not an accident. Kraig discusses what actions he took to build a career that ranges from writing about crazy neighbors for Lifetime to writing for a producer from the X-Men and Transformers franchises.   Read More
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